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Poster: ridetheory Date: May 16, 2004 2:42pm
Forum: movie_of_the_week Subject: Re: Timeframe?

I was puzzled by this for the first couple minutes, when the bank tellers all had very 1930s pencil-thin moustaches. Then I saw the car, and thought, "Oh, it's a modern-day western."

By the way, what did that idiot think he was doing when he jumped out of the car and right into the line of fire of the bandits? YOU HAVE A WHOLE CAR THERE TO HIDE BEHIND!

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Poster: uniQ Date: May 17, 2004 4:49am
Forum: movie_of_the_week Subject: Re: Timeframe?

OK there IS a car. And according to http://hoover.archives.gov/exhibits/HollywoodCowboys/leading%20men/TimMcCoy.html
he always tried to be accurate historically...

-uniQ

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Poster: cashel Date: May 17, 2004 5:27am
Forum: movie_of_the_week Subject: Re: Timeframe?

Perhaps the story is set in 1935 as a modern day western. I enjoyed it , but Mc Coy made far better films. I liked several of the films. where he is the Star and John Wayne is the supporting actor..

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Poster: uniQ Date: May 18, 2004 7:07am
Forum: movie_of_the_week Subject: Re: Timeframe?

I think you may be right. 'Ghost Patrol', another McCoy film, has areoplanes (!) as being central to the theme.

-uniQ

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